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October 27, 2020

Tony Bobulinski reveals details of conversation with Joe Biden

Ex-Hunter Biden business partner calls out family for accusing him of spreading disinformation on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight'

https://video.foxnews.com/v/6205117172001#sp=show-clips

 

 

October 27, 2020

Ex-Hunter Biden business associate speaks out in exclusive interview

Tony Bobulinski describes meeting Joe Biden at Beverly Hilton hotel on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight'

https://video.foxnews.com/v/6205116000001#sp=show-clips

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CIA Suppressing a Report that Refutes Russiagate Propaganda

Posted By pcr3 On October 28, 2020 @ 5:04 am In Guest Contributions | Comments Disabled

In order to help Biden/Kamala, Democrat operatives inside the CIA are preventing the declassification of an intelligence report that disputes the false charge that Russia helped to elect Trump.

https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-usa-election-security-intelligence-ex/exclusive-trump-u-s-intelligence-chief-push-to-declassify-document-on-russias-2016-election-role-sources-say-idUKKBN2772XA [1]

 
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Tucker Carlson Blows the Lid Off the Biden Coverup

Posted By pcr3 On October 28, 2020 @ 5:36 am In Guest Contributions | Comments Disabled

Tucker Carlson Blows the Lid Off the Biden Coverup

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/55787.htm [1] 

 
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Will the Presidential Election Bring Chaos and an Irredeemably Torn American Political Fabric?

Posted By pcr3 On October 28, 2020 @ 4:18 am In Articles & Columns | Comments Disabled

Will the Presidential Election Bring Chaos and an Irredeemably Torn American Political Fabric?

Paul Craig Roberts

The widespread use of mail-in voting in this presidential election makes it unlikely that a winner will be declared on election night unless it is Biden.  The reason is that polls indicate that a majority of Democrat voters intend to vote by mail.  As long as the ballots are postmarked by November 3 (election day), they are considered valid.  As mail-in votes will be delivered after November 3, unless one candidate wins the in-person vote by a landslide, the outcome will not be known until days later.

If the outcome seems favorable to Trump, this gives Democrats and the media, which is uniformly against Trump, days to make propaganda that Trump is stealing the election (with Putin’s help).  Rioting and looting will be encouraged in cities under Democrat control in order to create more chaos and charges against Trump.  If enough confusion can be sown, an “investigation” can be demanded and/or Democrats can demand the outcome be put in the hands of the House of Representatives where the Democrats have a majority.  It is entirely possible that Trump can win and be denied inauguration.

This, of course, would be more than an attack on Trump.  It would be an attack on the Constitution. 

There is circumstantial evidence that more than opportunism is involved and that this scenario is an orchestrated plot to prevent a second Trump term.

It is highly unusual for an anti-establishment candidate to be elected president.  Such people are carefully kept out of the ranks of presidential candidates.  Even slightly anti-establishment presidents such as Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan are unwelcome in Washington.  If you have forgotten Trump’s inaugural address, listen to it.  Such a challenge to the Establishment is unprecedented in its boldness and recklessness. 

Who could be behind such a plot to interfere so blatently in the presidential election?  The global elite for one and the Deep State for another.  The global elite want an end to national sovereignty and governments accountable to the people and is opposed to national states being made great again.

The Deep State doesn’t want any risk of being made accountable or having its budget and power impaired by a president who wants to normalize relations with Russia, a necessary enemy.  The global elite and Deep State are powerful and largely invisible forces with which Trump must contend.  

Trump has his deplorables, but they are largely people who have been dispossessed by global capitalism and the Deep State. Trump’s allies do not control the public forums.  Biden’s do.  Therefore, facts can be ignored and “truth” can be established by repetition—as we have seen on numerous occasions.

The audacity is unprecedented with which Hillary Clinton and the Obama regime Department of Justice, FBI, and CIA moved against President Trump, first attempting to frame him with their concocted “Russiagate” plot and then with false charges that he attempted to bribe the Ukrainian president to investigate Biden & Son.  It could be done because the US media has been captured by the CIA and the Democrat Party and serves them as a Ministry of Propaganda.  The exclusiveness of One Voice now extends to social media where Twitter and Facebook ban alternative views to the official ones.  Internet search engines, such as Google, make dissenting views difficult to find, a practice that has spread to Amazon’s book monopoly that refuses to make available challenges to the controlled explanations that serve the agendas of the global elite and Deep State.

The definite proof that the “Covid pandemic,” for example, is serving an agenda is the banning of alternative explanations on social media as well as print and TV media.  We are very close to Big Brother’s world of totally controlled information.

So how do Trump and the “Trump Deplorables” protest if the election is stolen from them?  They are not organized for violence, and they are demonized as racists and misogynists.  This is not a strong position.  

If Trump loses or the election is stolen from him, it is likely that he will be indicted on false charges in order to complete the lesson for all future American political candidates that representing the people instead of the Establishment is not tolerated. Washington is long experienced in teaching foreign governments this lesson—Hondurus, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia—and is bringing the lesson home to America. 

As for the Red States, they will be cut out of the federal budget, and the remaining jobs will be moved out of those areas.  

In this election, the Establishment is playing for keeps.  If the Establishment wins, Americans lose.

NOTE:  Trump’s campaign events are heavily attended.  Biden’s events are sparsely attended.  Yet polls show Biden with a 7% lead.  Clearly, campaign event attendance and the polls do not correspond.  This raises a question:  Are the polls faked in order to support the case that a Trump win is the result of fraud?  The question will be: “how can Trump have won when he was 7 points behind in the race?”

 
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Media Firemen Scramble to Save Biden Candidacy

By Jack Cashill
American Thinker

October 28, 2020

Watching the media scramble these last two weeks to save Joe Biden’s candidacy, I am reminded of a scene in Ray Bradbury’s 1953 dystopian sci-fi classic, Fahrenheit 451, 451 degrees Fahrenheit being the temperature at which paper burns.

In the novel, the state employs “firemen” to burn paper lest the few civilians who care about books avail themselves of information the state does not want them to have. During the Biden stretch run, the firemen on the left have shredded what is left of their reputations as journalists to destroy information the Deep State does not want their audiences to have.

Even before Hunter Biden’s laptop surfaced, the media busied themselves suppressing information that was readily available to the ordinary citizen — montages of Biden plagiarizing, groping little girls, making racially insensitive comments, eulogizing exalted **** cyclops, threatening Ukrainian prosecutors, even sexually assaulting at least one very credible Democrat — and they did so with enough success that the Biden camp felt comfortable positioning Joe as the candidate with “character.”

The Hunter laptop was too tangible to dispose of subtly. Not since Joseph Goebbels urged the German Student Union “to commit to the flames the evil spirit of the past” has a western nation so flagrantly thrown in on the side of ignorance. Twitter has gotten most of the attention for its total blocking of the New York Post, which broke the laptop story, but the firemen at NPR were not far behind.

“We don’t want to waste our time on stories that are not really stories, and we don’t want to waste the listeners’ and readers’ time on stories that are just pure distractions,” NPR Managing Editor for News Terence Samuel told his audience in the way of answering a reader question. “And quite frankly, that’s where we ended up, this was… a politically driven event and we decided to treat it that way.” NPR’s public editor added that, in any case, “the assertions don’t amount to much.”

Had it not been for the final debate, the firemen might have succeeded in keeping major media audiences fully in the dark about what Trump called the “laptop from hell.” Knowing the subject would surface, Biden came prepared. He dismissed the laptop as a “Russian plant” and had his allies line up some 50 “intelligence” officials who seemed to agree with him.

The more sober members of the major media knew the “Russia, Russia, Russia” accusation — as Trump aptly mocked it — was insane, but it was out there. No longer able to burn it, they had to finesse it into insignificance. Top honors for sophistry in this effort go to the Washington Post and its “disinformation and political warfare” fireman, Thomas Rid.

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There’s No Going Back To ‘Normal’ After Trump. The Republican Party Is Changed Forever

There’s No Going Back To ‘Normal’ After Trump. The Republican Party Is Changed Forever
Republicans who don’t like Trump want to go back to 'normal,' but the old GOP is dead. Trump made a new party, and that is the party of the future.

 

Donald Trump is not a Republican. He never was before, and he is not one now. As the nation speeds toward Nov. 3, members of the GOP have been all over the board with predictions about the outcome, but some prominent Republicans have been consistently negative about Trump’s prospects and even hopeful for his defeat.

Peggy Noonan penned an archetypal anti-Trump article this month, titled “Biden, Pence and the Wish for Normalcy.” Noonan mused almost longingly that America might be headed toward an unprecedented landslide in favor of Joe Biden. If this happens, she said, one of the primary reasons will simply be “that [Biden] is normal … and people miss normal so much.”

Noonan, like many Republicans who don’t like Trump, wants to go back to normal. The reality is we are never going back to “normal.” The old Republican Party is dead. Trump made a new party, and that is the party of the future.

More >>  https://thefederalist.com/2020/10/28/theres-no-going-back-to-normal-after-trump-the-republican-party-is-changed-forever/

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2 hours ago, JakeHolman said:

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There’s No Going Back To ‘Normal’ After Trump. The Republican Party Is Changed Forever

There’s No Going Back To ‘Normal’ After Trump. The Republican Party Is Changed Forever
Republicans who don’t like Trump want to go back to 'normal,' but the old GOP is dead. Trump made a new party, and that is the party of the future.

 

Donald Trump is not a Republican. He never was before, and he is not one now. As the nation speeds toward Nov. 3, members of the GOP have been all over the board with predictions about the outcome, but some prominent Republicans have been consistently negative about Trump’s prospects and even hopeful for his defeat.

Peggy Noonan penned an archetypal anti-Trump article this month, titled “Biden, Pence and the Wish for Normalcy.” Noonan mused almost longingly that America might be headed toward an unprecedented landslide in favor of Joe Biden. If this happens, she said, one of the primary reasons will simply be “that [Biden] is normal … and people miss normal so much.”

Noonan, like many Republicans who don’t like Trump, wants to go back to normal. The reality is we are never going back to “normal.” The old Republican Party is dead. Trump made a new party, and that is the party of the future.

More >>  https://thefederalist.com/2020/10/28/theres-no-going-back-to-normal-after-trump-the-republican-party-is-changed-forever/

 

Trump  only ran on the Republican ticket because of the lessons of Ross Perot - Independents don't have a chance in hell with a 2 party system.  He's a businessman NOT a politician so he haven't created no new party whatsoever (is there a Corporate / Business Party :blink:). Will always have those not agreeing with everything Republican and Democrat alike.

Bigger question which  Republican politician be the best contender after Trump?

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3 hours ago, JakeHolman said:

 

 

There’s No Going Back To ‘Normal’ After Trump. The Republican Party Is Changed Foreve

Republicans who don’t like Trump want to go back to 'normal,' but the old GOP is dead. Trump made a new party, and that is the party of the future.

 

 

I have to agree with this assessment. But the deplorables who represent the majority of Trump's supporters were always part of the Republican coalition: a coalition of super rich, who gave a sop to the deplorables' desire for lack of social justice. I think many of the high-minded Republicans who eschew Trump actually depended on the support of the haters in previous elections, at least post-1960s, when the haters left the Democratic Party because of the Democrats' support for civil rights.  It's just that the deplorables are now in control of the party.

Parties do change with time. I remember the New York Republican Party of Rockefeller, Lindsay, and Javits. They were more socially liberal than many of the Democrats of their time. But that wing of the Republican Party is long defunct, as is the party of the old Yankee/New England wing. This may be a good thing, as it gives voters a clear-cut choice. Unfortunately, the deplorables seem to know that they can't win in a fair fight, hence their assault on voting rights. 

The great tragedy is that Trump and his new version of the Republican Party are now aligned with Russia, and with domestic terrorism, so the Republicans have clearly given up their claims of patriotism and law and order.

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6 hours ago, Swithin said:

I have to agree with this assessment. But the deplorables who represent the majority of Trump's supporters were always part of the Republican coalition: a coalition of super rich, who gave a sop to the deplorables' desire for lack of social justice. I think many of the high-minded Republicans who eschew Trump actually depended on the support of the haters in previous elections, at least post-1960s, when the haters left the Democratic Party because of the Democrats' support for civil rights.  It's just that the deplorables are now in control of the party.

Parties do change with time. I remember the New York Republican Party of Rockefeller, Lindsay, and Javits. They were more socially liberal than many of the Democrats of their time. But that wing of the Republican Party is long defunct, as is the party of the old Yankee/New England wing. This may be a good thing, as it gives voters a clear-cut choice. Unfortunately, the deplorables seem to know that they can't win in a fair fight, hence their assault on voting rights. 

The great tragedy is that Trump and his new version of the Republican Party are now aligned with Russia, and with domestic terrorism, so the Republicans have clearly given up their claims of patriotism and law and order.

I was "in" the Republican Party in 1964 when Goldwater stole the racists, haters, bigots and so forth from the "Old" Democratic Party.  Strom Thurmond of S.C. was a leader in the movement.  It evolved with Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan who firmly established the basis for the "new" Republican Party.

The corporations, super wealthy, business elite and so forth recognized how easily those people (deplorables) could be manipulated to do what is actually harmful to themselves (deplorables).

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8 hours ago, Swithin said:

I have to agree with this assessment. But the deplorables who represent the majority of Trump's supporters were always part of the Republican coalition: a coalition of super rich, who gave a sop to the deplorables' desire for lack of social justice. I think many of the high-minded Republicans who eschew Trump actually depended on the support of the haters in previous elections, at least post-1960s, when the haters left the Democratic Party because of the Democrats' support for civil rights.  It's just that the deplorables are now in control of the party.

Parties do change with time. I remember the New York Republican Party of Rockefeller, Lindsay, and Javits. They were more socially liberal than many of the Democrats of their time. But that wing of the Republican Party is long defunct, as is the party of the old Yankee/New England wing. This may be a good thing, as it gives voters a clear-cut choice. Unfortunately, the deplorables seem to know that they can't win in a fair fight, hence their assault on voting rights. 

The great tragedy is that Trump and his new version of the Republican Party are now aligned with Russia, and with domestic terrorism, so the Republicans have clearly given up their claims of patriotism and law and order.

When political pundits claimed the Tea Party had taken over the Republican Party did you say something similar?

 To me this smells of wishful thinking.      It also sounds similar to what Republicans have to say about the Dem party;  That it is now the A.O.C.  (socialist,  far left) party.

Hey,  you may be right about the Republican Party,   but my prediction is that after Trump's defeat they will move towards the center.    Major defeats tend to have that impact on the two parties.      E.g.  how the Dem party responded to McGoven being defeated in a landslide.  

Key will be the 2022 House election where traditionally the Party that holds the office of President loses many House seats (maybe not enough for the GOP to regain the House, even if they run "moderates" since the Dems should have a large majority after the 2020 election).    If the GOP continues to lose in 2022 we may have a one-party system and that is  NOT something I desire.        

 

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32 minutes ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

When political pundits claimed the Tea Party had taken over the Republican Party did you say something similar?

 To me this smells of wishful thinking.      It also sounds similar to what Republicans have to say about the Dem party;  That it is now the A.O.C.  (socialist,  far left) party.

Hey,  you may be right about the Republican Party,   but my prediction is that after Trump's defeat they will move towards the center.    Major defeats tend to have that impact on the two parties.      E.g.  how the Dem party responded to McGoven being defeated in a landslide.  

Key will be the 2022 House election where traditionally the Party that holds the office of President loses many House seats (maybe not enough for the GOP to regain the House, even if they run "moderates" since the Dems should have a large majority after the 2020 election).    If the GOP continues to lose in 2022 we may have a one-party system and that is  NOT something I desire.        

 

It's hard for moderate Republicans to get nominated these days, because they have to get through a Republican primary, which has a much more right-wing base. There are a lot of factors involved. When the NY Republican Party began changing in the 1970s, Senator Javits, the incumbent liberal Republican senator, lost his Republican primary (1980) to Al D'Amato. But Javits had the Liberal line, and ran on that.  I voted for him on that line. However, he split the progressive vote with the Democratic candidate, Liz Holtzman. As a result, the conservative Republican (Al D'Amato) got elected.

On a sort of related note, Senator Schumer's term is up in 2022. There is talk (just talk) that AOC may run against him in the primary. That would be a mistake. There is no Liberal line anymore for Schumer to run on, so if AOC were to win the primary, she would run against a Republican. But she's probably too left-wing to win a state-wide race.  Upstate New York -- even those who would normally vote for Schumer --would not vote for her. Even the wider NYC public might not support her in large enough numbers, and the Republican would probably win. But hopefully she'll have the sense not to run against Schumer.

 

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13 hours ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

When political pundits claimed the Tea Party had taken over the Republican Party did you say something similar?

 To me this smells of wishful thinking.      It also sounds similar to what Republicans have to say about the Dem party;  That it is now the A.O.C.  (socialist,  far left) party.

Hey,  you may be right about the Republican Party,   but my prediction is that after Trump's defeat they will move towards the center.    Major defeats tend to have that impact on the two parties.      E.g.  how the Dem party responded to McGoven being defeated in a landslide.  

Key will be the 2022 House election where traditionally the Party that holds the office of President loses many House seats (maybe not enough for the GOP to regain the House, even if they run "moderates" since the Dems should have a large majority after the 2020 election).    If the GOP continues to lose in 2022 we may have a one-party system and that is  NOT something I desire.        

 

The Tea Party could be considered a different, but more extreme, version of where the Republican Party was already headed.  They appealed to the same deplorables as well as the "fiscal conservatives."  Without the deplorables, they often would not have won.

As Swithin said, there are no moderate Republicans in most of the country today.  They cannot get past the primaries.  Look at the GOP leadership in the US House and Senate.  I can't think of any who would be considered moderate, not even the ones from CA.

The Republican Party is a minority party and will continue to be one for quite some time to come.  But with voter suppression, money and other tactics, they will continue to control many state governments and have power in Washington.

 

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